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Human beings are information carnivores: we are constantly collecting, labeling, and organizing data-yet our previous 'systems' cannot keep up with the levels of information we now receive. The Dewey Decimal system is stretched beyond the breaking point, Rand McNally is obsolete, and the shift to online digital music stands as the model for the future in virtually any industry. In order to embrace the new 'miscellaneous' world, we need to understand some basic tenets:
How do we reap rewards from this new digital disorder and learn to manage the information overload? What effect will new ways of organizing information have on our way of understanding ourselves and our world?